Vienna Beef Recalls Over 2,000 Pounds of Hot Dogs For Possible Metal Contamination

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A popular Midwest hot dog manufacturer has been forced to recall thousands of pounds of product due to possible metal contamination.

Vienna Beef Ltd., based out of Chicago, has issued the recall for approximately 2,030 pounds of “skinless beef frankfurters” bearing specific product packaging codes, and which were shipped to Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, according to a USDA product recall notice issued Saturday.

No one has reported being injured by the contaminants, which are described as “extraneous materials, specifically metal.” The possible contaminants were said to be discovered at a Vienna Beef facility, though the notice did not specify which one.

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SOURCE: Fox Nes, Michael Bartiromo